HTC and T-Mobile may be teaming up to launch a new Android dual-core smart phone in May. At least that’s what sources close to tech site androidandme are saying. Codenamed Pyramid, this superphone is specifically rumored to feature a cutting-edge dual-core 1.2 GHz Snapdragon processor along with a big 4.3-inch touchscreen with a sharp qHD (960 x 540) resolution.
Driving that ultra hi-res display will supposedly be a Qualcomm Adreno 220 GPU letting the Pyramid capture 1080p HD video, plus play the most demanding of mobile games. If true, a May Pyramid launch could mean a big reveal by T-Mobile and HTC at the CTIA tradeshow in March.
We agree with speculation that HTC won’t likely unveil a T-Mobile branded device at World Mobile Congress this month. The company typically makes big global announcements at this show, for example the Hero in 2009 and Desire in 2010. These designs, however, usually make their way to carriers soon after in some form. Be sure to check back regularly for fresh news as we hear it.